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Sex-disaggregated data on CSA in CCAFS publications | East Africa

The inclusion of gender analysis and the collection of sex-disaggregated data in agriculture research can improve food security and increase productivity and incomes.

This list includes a selection of CCAFS publication with sex-disaggregated data on climate-smart agriculture in East Africa.

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East Africa

  1. Ethiopia
  2. Kenya
  3. Tanzania
  4. Uganda

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ETHIOPIA

How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Global summary of baseline household survey results
  • Topics: Access to climate services
  • Data type: Qualitative
Climate change vulnerability and risk assessment of agriculture and food security in Ethiopia: which way forward?
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Ownerships, Access to climate services, Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Borana/Yabero, Ethiopia
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Food and water security under global change: Developing adaptive capacity with a focus on rural Africa
  • Topics: Access to resources, Climate adaptation/CSA
  • Data type: Qualitative
Determinants of adoption of rainwater management technologies among farm households in the Nile River Basin
  • Topics: Climate adaptation/CSA
  • Data type: Qualitative

KENYA

Climate shocks and choice of adaptation strategy for Kenyan maize-legume farmers: Insights from poverty, food security and gender perspectives
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Climate change impacts, Climate adaptation/CSA
  • Data type: Quantitative and Qualitative
 Adaptation Actions in Africa: Evidence that Gender Matters
  • Topics: Climate change impacts. Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Access to climate services, Climate adaptation/CSA, Negative perceptions/give up on adaptation strategies/CSA
  • Data type: Quantitative and Qualitative
Gender and Institutional Aspects of Climate-Smart Agricultural Practices: Evidence from Kenya
  • Topics: Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Access to climate services, Climate adaptation/CSA, Factors/ motivations to change, Decision making
  • Data type: Qualitative
Does climate information matter? Evaluating climate services for farmers: a proposed monitoring and evaluation framework for participatory assessment of the impact of climate services for male and female farmers
  • Topics: Access to climate services
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Impacts of seasonal climate communication strategies on farm management and livelihoods in Wote, Kenya
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Results of climate adaptation/CSA implementation, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Global summary of baseline household survey results
  • Topics: Access to climate services
  • Data type: Qualitative
Sustainable small ruminant breeding program for climate-smart villages in Kenya: Baseline household survey report
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Ownerships
  • Data type: Quantitative and Qualitative
Evidence and policy implications of climate-smart agriculture in Kenya
  • Topics: Climate adaptation/CSA
  • Data type: Qualitative
The SmartAG partner: CCAFS East Africa Quarterly Newsletter, July – September 2015
  • Topics: Climate adaptation/CSA, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
Summary of Baseline Household Survey Results: Makueni, Kenya
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Makueni/Wote, Kenya
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Nyando/Katuk Odeyo, Kenya
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
Community-based adaptation costing: An integrated framework for the participatory costing of community-based adaptations to climate change in agriculture
  • Topics: Participants by gender
  • Data type: Quantitative
Findings from local consultations on resilience in Makueni County
  • Topics: Ownerships
  • Data type: Quantitative
Assessing complex interactions between human and agro-ecosystem using Satellite Information. A Case Study in Katuk Odeyo, Western Kenya
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, 
  • Data type: Qualitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Climate smart Brachiaria grasses for improving livestock production in East Africa: Kenya Experience: Proceedings of a workshop, Naivasha, Kenya, 14 - 15 September 2016
  • Topics: Climate adaptation/CSA, Results of climate adaptation/CSA implementation, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative

TANZANIA

Participatory Workshop with Farmers in Usambara, Tanzania
  • Topics: Factors/ motivations to change, Decision making, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
The SmartAG partner: CCAFS East Africa Quarterly Newsletter, January – March 2015
  • Topics: Climate change impacts, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
Influence of social networks on the adoption of climate smart technologies in East Africa: Findings from two surveys and participatory exercises with farmers and local experts
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Tanzania Summary of Baseline Studies: Country Report for the GFCS Adaptation Program in Africa
  • Topics: Ownerships, Access to climate services, 
  • Data type: Qualitative
What climate services do farmers and pastoralists need in Tanzania? Baseline study for the GFCS Adaptation Program in Africa
  • Topics: Ownerships, Access to climate services
  • Data type: Qualitative
Uptake and dissemination pathways for climate-smart agriculture technologies and practices in Lushoto, Tanzania
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Climate adaptation/CSA
  • Data type: Qualitative
Assessing climate change vulnerability and its effects on food security: Testing a new toolkit in Tanzania
  • Topics: Climate change impacts, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
Delivering climate services for farmers and pastoralists through interactive radio: scoping report for the GFCS Adaptation Programme in Africa
  • Topics: Ownerships, Access to climate services
  • Data type: Qualitative
CCAFS Baseline Indicators for Usambara/ Lushoto, Tanzania
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
Summary of household baseline survey results: Lushoto, Tanzania
  • Topics: Access to climate services, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Climate Smart Agriculture Rapid Appraisal Report from the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Ownerships, Climate change impacts, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
Understanding farmers’ indicators in climate-smart agriculture prioritization in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT)
  • Topics: Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Climate adaptation/CSA, Results of climate adaptation/CSA implementation, Factors/ motivations to change
  • Data type: Qualitative
Evidence-based scaling-up of evergreen agriculture for increasing crop productivity, fodder supply and resilience of the maize-mixed and agro-pastoral farming systems in Tanzania and Malawi
  • Topics: Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative and Quantitative

UGANDA

Adaptation Actions in Africa: Evidence that Gender Matters
  • Topics: Climate change impacts. Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Access to climate services, Climate adaptation/CSA, Negative perceptions/give up on adaptation strategies/CSA
  • Data type: Quantitative and Qualitative
Participatory gender-sensitive approaches for addressing key climate change- related research issues: Evidence from Bangladesh, Ghana, and Uganda
  • Topics: Global data, Access to climate services, Climate adaptation/CSA, Gender patterns in mobility, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households, communities, men and women to a changing climate in Africa?
  • Topics: Attitude toward gender/gender roles- non-farm activities, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Rapid Rural Appraisal Report of Northern Uganda
  • Topics: Climate change impacts, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
Influence of social networks on the adoption of climate smart technologies in East Africa: Findings from two surveys and participatory exercises with farmers and local experts
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Participatory Evaluation of Common Bean for Drought and Disease Resilience Traits in Uganda
  • Topics: Climate adaptation/CSA
  • Data type: Qualitative
Empowering farmers to learn and innovate through integration of video-mediated and face-to-face extension approaches: the case of rice farmers in Uganda
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, 
  • Data type: Quantitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Kagera Basin/Rakai, Uganda
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
CCAFS Baseline Survey Indicators for Albertine Rift/Hoima, Uganda
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Access to climate services, Access to resources, Factors/ motivations to change, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative and quantitative
The Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security and Livelihoods in Karamoja
  • Topics: Ownerships, Climate change impacts, Access to climate services, Climate adaptation/CSA, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Connecting women, connecting men: How communities and organizations interact to strengthen adaptive capacity and food security in the face of climate change
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
Understanding gender dimensions of agriculture and climate change in smallholder farming communities
  • Topics: Ownerships
  • Data type: Qualitative
How resilient are farming households and communities to a changing climate in Africa? A gender-based perspective
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements
  • Data type: Qualitative
“We’re in this together”: Changing intra-household decision making for more cooperative smallholder farming
  • Topics: Respondents characteristics - including household characteristics, Ownerships, Climate adaptation/CSA, Results of climate adaptation/CSA implementation, Gender associated farming, including workloads, Participants by gender
  • Data type: Qualitative
Social-ecological assessment of landscapes in Uganda
  • Topics: Involvement in communities / Institutional access and arrangements, Gender associated farming, including workloads
  • Data type: Qualitative
Understanding farmers’ indicators in climate-smart agriculture prioritization in Nwoya District, Northern Uganda
  • Topics: Knowledge/Awareness/ preferences of climate change/adaptation strategies/CSA, Climate adaptation/CSA, Results of climate adaptation/CSA implementation, Factors/ motivations to change, Negative perceptions/give up on adaptation strategies/CSA
  • Data type: Qualitative

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